Because Lotusland is a public garden operating in a private, residential neighborhood, advance tour reservations are required. We recommend booking 3-4 weeks in advance of your desired visit.
Docent tours are available Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings and all day Saturdays. Self-guided tours for nonmembers are available Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons and all day Saturdays. Members may self-guide at any time, with a reservation.
Lotusland will reopen February 16, 2022.
- Docent-led tours are at 9:15 and 9:30 AM. Members may still self-guide at these time slots.
- Self-guided tours are at 1:15 and 1:30 PM.
Self-guided and docent-led tours are at
- 9:15, 9:30, 9:45 AM, and 1:15, 1:30, 1:45 PM
Adults: $50; ages 3 to 17, $25; 2 and under, free. Admission fees are non-refundable.
Additional vehicle cost $25. Lotusland has a strict vehicle capacity. One vehicle is complimentary with your reservation and additional cars will be charged at $25.
Membership makes a difference. Your support helps preserve some of the rarest plants on earth, promotes sustainable horticulture practices, and funds community environmental educational programs. Membership offers many benefits such as admission and garden shop discounts. Learn more here.
What is there to see at Lotusland?
Enjoy 37 acres of horticultural wonderment as a series of gardens with subtropical and tropical plants from around the world draws you from surprise to surprise. Learn about the history of these amazing Gardens and their creators through a docent or self-guided walking tour. Commemorate your visit by purchasing work from local artists at the Garden Shop at the end of your visit.
Children greatly enjoy the magic of Lotusland, and we encourage families to visit. Children do need to be closely monitored for their safety and to protect rare plant species, historic statuary and numerous water features.
Need special assistance?
Please inform a Visitor Services staff member of any special needs when you make your reservation.
Directions and parking instructions are included with the tour confirmation. Google Maps will direct you to the wrong gate.